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[texts]The Object and Manner of Our Lord's Return - Charles Taze Russell
The Object and Manner of Our Lord's Return by Charles Taze Russell. This was Russell's first publication (1877) and written while Russell was working with N.H. Barbour. In it, Russell presents the view that Christ had already returned invisibly and "at any moment" the Bride of Christ would be taken to heaven (see page 62). In the same year, Barbour and Russell also published the book "The Three Worlds" which taught that Christ had returned invisibly in 1874 and a rapture to heaven would occur in...
Keywords: Charles Taze Russell; Watch Tower; Watchtower; Jehovah's Witnesses; N.H. Barbour; Adventist; Eschatology
Downloads: 970
[texts]1874-1876 Herald of the Morning
Text of the magazine Herald of the Morning for 1874-1876. Published by N.H. Barbour and C.T. Russell. Russell later started the Watchtower magazine, which is now published by Jehovah's Witnesses.
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watch Tower; Watchtower; Charles Taze Russell; N.H. Barbour; International Bible Students Association; Adventist; Predictions for 1914
Downloads: 724
[texts]1878 Herald of the Morning
Scans of the magazine Herald of the Morning for 1878. Published by N.H. Barbour and C.T. Russell. Russell later started the Watchtower magazine, which is now published by Jehovah's Witnesses.
Keywords: N. H. Barbour; Charles Taze Russell; Watchtower Bible and Tract Society; Jehovah's Witnesses; Watch Tower; Adventist; Predictions for 1914
Downloads: 695
[texts]1879 Herald of the Morning
Scans of the magazine Herald of the Morning for 1879. Published by N.H. Barbour and C.T. Russell. Russell later started the Watchtower magazine, which is now published by Jehovah's Witnesses.
Keywords: N. H. Barbour; Charles Taze Russell; Watchtower Bible and Tract Society; Watch Tower; Jehovah's Witnesses; Adventist; Predictions for 1914
Downloads: 653
[texts]Present Truth by Jonas Wendell - Jonas Wendell
"Present Truth Or Meat in Due Season" by Jonas Wendell (1873). Jonas Wendell was a Second Adventist preacher living near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is best remembered as the preacher who rekindled faith in Charles Taze Russell, founder of the Bible Student movement and first editor of the Watchtower magazine (now published by Jehovah's Witnesses). In this pamphlet, Wendell explains his belief that Christ would return to the earth in 1873...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Adventist; Charles Taze Russell; Pastor Russell; C.T. Russell; Eschatology; N.H. Barbour
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[texts]The Three Worlds - N.H. Barbour; Charles Taze Russell
Book written by N.H. Barbour and financed by Charles Taze Russell. Published in 1877. It proclaimed that Christ's invisible return had occurred in 1874, that the resurrection of the saints occurred in 1875, and predicted the end of the "harvest" and a rapture of the saints to heaven would occur in 1878, and the final end of "the day of wrath" would be in 1914. 1874 was considered the end of 6000 years of human history and the beginning of judgment by Christ...
Keywords: Charles Taze Russell; N.H. Barbour; Watchtower Bible and Tract Society; Watch Tower; Jehovah's Witnesses; Adventist; Eschatology; Predictions for 1914
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[texts]Three Blasphemies Millennial Dawn - E.B. Hart
"Three of the Blasphemies of Millennial Dawn," by E.B. Hart (1905). Early tract written against Charles Taze Russell, author of the Millennial Dawn series, later retitled Studies in the Scriptures. Russell was president of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (now Jehovah's Witnesses).
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; C.T. Russell; Charles Taze Russell; Pastor Russell; N.H. Barbour; Millennial Dawn; Studies in the Scriptures
Downloads: 235
[texts]Evidences For The Coming Of The Lord In 1873 Or The Midnight Cry - N.H. Barbour
"Evidences For the Coming of the Lord in 1873, Or the Midnight Cry," by Nelson H. Barbour (1871). Barbour, a Second Adventist, wrote this to explain his predictions for Christ's visible return in 1873. When the prediction failed, Barbour adjusted the date to 1874. After the failure of the 1874 prediction, Barbour's group decided that Christ had returned in October of 1874, but invisibly. Barbour was joined by Charles Taze Russell in 1876, who became a major supporter...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Zion's Watch Tower; N.H. Barbour; C.T. Russell; Second Adventists; Advent Christian Church; Herald of the Morning; Midnight Cry
Downloads: 330
[texts]The Golden Link - Ermina C Stray
"The Golden Link," written in 1891 by Ermina C. Stray and published by John H. Paton (author of Day Dawn and former associate of Charles Taze Russell). Paton's group broke with Russell's group about 1881. Russell was the first president of the Watchtower Society (now known as Jehovah's Witnesses).
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; J.H. Paton; N.H. Barbour; Herald of the Morning; Bible Students; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn
Downloads: 223
[texts]The Theocratic Kingdom Peters Vols 1-3 - George Peters
"The Theocratic Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus, the Christ," by George Peters. Contains all 3 volumes published in 1884. The 63.3 MB pdf file contains bookmarks to where Peters critiqued Charles Taze Russell and N.H. Barbour regarding their belief that Christ returned invisibly to the earth in 1874. Barbour and Russell were associated together in the 1870s and from them arose the Bible Student movement and later Jehovah's Witnesses...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; C.T. Russell; Charles Taze Russell; Pastor Russell; N.H. Barbour; Millennial Dawn; Studies in the Scriptures; W.H. Conley
Downloads: 832
[texts]Historical Idealism and Jehovah's Witnesses - Thomas Daniels
Historical Idealism and Jehovah's Witnesses by Thomas Daniels. Did Watchtower publications predict the heavenly establishment of the Kingdom of God in 1914? Surveys original Watch Tower publications for the predictions for the year 1914 and the historical development of the chronology used by Jehovah's Witnesses. The essay considers how this historical development has been idealized in some publications of Jehovah's Witnesses...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; J.F. Rutherford; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn; N.H. Barbour; The Finished Mystery; Eschatology; Predictions for 1914
Downloads: 1,091
[texts]Day Dawn 1882 Second Edition - John H. Paton
"Day Dawn," by John H. Paton (Second edition). This is the first revision to the book Day Dawn, originally published in 1880 and which had been the first book distributed by the Watchtower magazine, which originally was edited by Charles Taze Russell along with Paton as a regular contributor to the journal. Russell became the president of the Watch Tower Society -- now Jehovah's Witnesses. This revised edition of Day Dawn was not endorsed by Russell and Paton and Russell broke fellowship.
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; J.H. Paton; N.H. Barbour; Herald of the Morning; Bible Students; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn
Downloads: 242
[texts]History Of The Second Advent Message - Isaac C. Wellcome
History of the Second Advent Message and Mission, Doctrine and People by Isaac C. Wellcome (1874). Wellcome was a member of the Advent Christian Church (or Second Adventists), spiritual descendants of William Miller, who had predicted Christ's Second Coming in 1844. (The better known Seventh Day Adventists are also descended from William Miller's ministry.) Both Nelson H. Barbour and Charles Taze Russell were originally affiliated with the Second Adventists (Advent Christian Church)...
Keywords: William Miller; Advent Christian Church; Second Adventists; Jehovah's Witnesses; Bible Students; IBSA; International Bible Students Association; Watchtower; Watch Tower; N.H. Barbour; Herald of the Morning; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn; George Storrs; Bible Examiner
Downloads: 674
[texts]Faith On The March By A H Macmillan - A.H. Macmillan
Faith on the March by A.H. Macmillan. Recounting of the history of the Watchtower/Jehovah's Witness' movement in an autobiographical style by A.H. Macmillan, who worked with Charles Taze Russell, "Judge" Joseph F. Rutherford and N.H. Knorr. Macmillan was baptized by the Bible Students in 1900 and served at Brooklyn Bethel headquarters from Russell's time up until his death in 1966. His life story also appeared in the August 15, 1966 Watchtower...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; J.F. Rutherford; Judge Rutherford; N.H. Knorr; Fred Franz; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn; A.H. Macmillan; N.H. Barbour
Downloads: 5,317
[texts]1875-1880 Herald Of The Morning Assorted Issues - N.H. Barbour, Charles Taze Russell, John H. Paton
1874-1880 Herald of the Morning (assorted issues). Contains scans of several issues of Herald of the Morning magazine, edited by Nelson H. Barbour and co-edited by Charles Taze Russell for about two and a half years. In the summer of 1876, Russell accepted Barbour's understanding of biblical chronology, believing that Christ had returned invisibly in 1874. Russell and Barbour broke fellowship in 1879 and Russell went on to start Zion's Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence in 1879...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Zion's Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; C.T. Russell; IBSA; Bible Students; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn; N.H. Barbour; Herald of the Morning; J.H. Paton; Predictions for 1874; Predictions for 1878; Predictions for 1881; Predictions for 1914
Downloads: 1,570
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